It is necessary to try
Starting from the 1960s, ARPANET researchers used an open "Request for Comments" or RFC process to share feedback in early network protocols which led to the birth of the Internet in 1969. Studying the history of engineering and the early ages of humanity it is easy to understand how the time required for society to define and adopt a more efficient solution is one preponderant term that influences the pace of technological growth. Why not to start independently with the experience and the tools we have developed? What can be worked out with the new perspective we have matured? Can something new be learned or discovered in the process?